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LeT warns elements propagating ISIS ideology, gang war looks inevitable
Terror outfits at loggerheads in Kashmir
12/14/2018 12:06:37 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 13: Kashmir is heading towards a gang war as the militant outfits active in the Valley have openly started accusing each other of being agents.
Recently Pakistan based terror outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba issued a statement stating: "Those waving ISIS flags have a vicious motive of sabotaging the indigenous struggle of Kashmir by aligning it with fake activities of ISIS," LeT spokesperson Dr Abdullah Ghaznavi said in a statement to a Srinagar based news agency. "Beware, whoever waves ISIS flag will have to face fierce resistance," he said. It's in place to mention here that international terror outfit ISIS has already made inroads into the Valley as youth can be seen waving the ISIS black flags at the funerals of militants and propagating their ideology. "ISIS is emerging as a threat to Pakistan based terror outfits like Lashkar-e-Toiba and Hizbul Mujahideen. The local youth who join militant ranks seem more inclined towards the ISIS," said a police official.
He said that militant handlers who are sitting across the Line of Control have directed the outfits backed by them not to allow the outfits which don't believe in Pakistan and it's ideology to overshadow the militant outfits which are propagating Pakistan's ideology.
Another official said that in mid nineties similar kind of situation had arisen has the militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen backed by Pakistan took the JKLF head on and inflicted huge causalities on the JKLF. The JKLF militants were killed as they opposed the merger of Kashmir with Pakistan and were Azadi seekers. "Militancy in Kashmir is at its fag end most of the ISIS militants who were active in the Valley have been killed. The so-called chief of Ansar-Gazwatul- Hind Zakir Musa is hiding somewhere in Punjab and there are reports that he may have crossed over to Nepal to save himself from getting killed," the official added.
It may be recalled that Musa had threatened to behead Hurriyat leaders in Lal Chowk if they did not mend their ways and kept on shouting Pakistan, Pakistan at the top of their voice. His statement had evoked sharp reaction from the bosses of separatists sitting across the LoC.
A defence analyst said, "Security Forces launching an all out offensive against the militants has unnerved them. Now they are trying to establish their supremacy over each other. There is every possibility about militant outfits like Lashkar, Jaish and Hizbul going after the militants who are propagating ISIS ideology in Kashmir. The gang war war looks inevitable."
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